Iraq’s oil exports to the US rose to 226,000 bpd

Iraq’s oil exports to the US rose to 226,000 bpd

On Sunday, the US Energy Information Administration (EIA) reported that Iraq’s weekly oil shipments to the US increased to 226,000 barrels per day.

According to the EIA, the US imported 5.642 million barrels of crude oil on average last week from nine major nations, up 217,000 barrels over the previous week’s 5.425 million barrels.

Last week, the US imported 226,000 barrels per day (bpd) from Iraq, up 183,000 bpd from the prior week’s 43,000 bpd.

According to the EIA, at 3.669 million barrels per day on average, Canada accounted for the majority of the United States’ crude oil imports during the previous week, with Mexico coming in second at 784,000 barrels per day.

Furthermore, the US imported 224,000 barrels per day on average from Saudi Arabia, followed by 286,000 barrels per day on average from Colombia.

The EIA figure shows that the US imported an average of 159,000 barrels of crude oil per day from Nigeria, 158,000 barrels per day from Ecuador, 92,000 barrels per day from Libya, and 44,000 barrels per day from Brazil.

In the meantime, throughout the last week, the US did not buy any crude oil from Russia.